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A Lady in Your Life lyrics and chords

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A Lady in Your Life lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by Ray Price.

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A Lady in Your Life
Recorded by Ray Price
written by Tom Grant and Eddie Burton
[3/4 time]

C F C
The old gypsy woman she looked at my palm
F C
She said son I’ve got good news and bad
F C
The good news is your life line is steady and strong
F G7 C
But your love line is sure looking sad and she said...


You need a lady in your life
F C
A lover and a wife
F C
Someone to call your own

You need a lady in your life
F C
And I know she’s right
F G7 C
Cause the lady in my life is gone

F C
I went to the doctor that I’ve known for years
F C
He checked everything on my chart
F C
He said your body is fine it’s all in your mind
F G7 C
Someone is breaking your heart and he said...

Repeat #2

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